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By joining our Surveys.com you will be in a position to contribute to the decision-making process, plus you will be rewarded for your thoughts and insights with points & other rewards. All you need to do is provide a few details about yourself (it takes just a couple minutes) and periodically you’ll be asked to answer a questionnaire that will be sent to your email account. For each questionnaire that you participate in, you will earn points good towards a large selection of rewards. The more surveys you participate in, the more points you’ll earn! You won’t become rich, or be able to replace your income, but it’s a great place to earn some rewards!
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Agroup of consumers from throughout the United States who influence future products and services by volunteering to participate in consumer research. By sharing your opinions about products and services, you are rewarded with Reward Points to redeem for cash and merchandise.
Online Research is one of the largest and most trusted market research companies in the world, with over 40 years of experience. As a member, users input will directly influence the products and services they see in stores. Members will make a difference by completing quick, fun surveys about the products they buy, the services they use, and much more!
Once registered to AIP Online Surveys, you will be sent surveys for you to respond to. You will accumulate EPoints depending on the contents, number of questions and length of each survey. Accumulated EPoints are redeemable for rewards such as gift vouchers and/or cash. 100 EPoints = 1.00 USD. Minimum needed for cash conversion is 500 EPoints, for vouchers is 500 EPoints.
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Ages 18-30 Qualify. As part of the Ipsos i-Say Community, you get to see new products and ideas before anyone else. It’s easy to understand why businesses don’t want their new ideas to leak out.